PORTLAND -- The man charged with killing a woman at Blue Lake Park earlier this month pleaded not guilty to one count of murder with a firearm in Multnomah County Court Monday morning.
Two other suspects in the case pleaded not guilty to lesser charges.
Court documents show Daniel Bruynell (pictured above) admitted to shooting 35-year-old Tiffany Jenks, who was found dead at the park on the morning of October 8.
The documents also show that Michelle Karine Worden-Brosey and Joshua Robinette were with Bruynell at the time of the shooting and failed to tell police about it. They were also accused of providing him with the gun, on which the serial number had been scratched out.
Bruynell and two other defendants met Jenks at a Portland nightclub just hours before the murder.
After the shooting, Bruynell took a bus back to California, according to a probable cause affidavit.
Bruynell was indicted Monday morning on the murder charge. His next court appearance was scheduled for Dec. 10. Worden-Brosey and Robinette were arraigned on charges of hindering the prosecution and obliterating a firearm marking. They were expected to appear in court again on Dec. 9.
Background: Woman found killed near Blue Lake Park